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Community feedback on Domain / DNS / SSL provider(s) and WHMCS





We're just setting up as a hosting company, long time in the industry but first time going solo. There's obviously a balance to be struck between value and features from our suppliers, but I'd like to get as much 'right' as possible with our first attempt so wondered if people could give me some feedback on the following please.


Aside from hosting we would like to also offer clients the ability to buy domains & SSL certs and provide client-editable DNS. Is there a single supplier that people can recommend which provides good service / value and importantly integrates easily with WHMCS from an admin and client angle? If not - who do people rate?


Similarly backup (of Xen VPS) - R1Soft seem to offer what we're after; the ability to restore to a snapshot in time, but there was also something from another well known bakup vendor I was reading about recently...which has now gone clean out of my head.


Thoughts and suggestions gratefully received.





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If I am reading right, then my recommendation would be enom. I have only used Godaddy once for one VERY specific service and that was a half dozen years or so ago. that all said, I have never ever had an issue with enom. I use them for everything from SSL to domains and anything/everything you could think of in between.


There's my 2 cents for the day!

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